cemetery records- additional info. #general


Njturtle55@...
 

I need a cemetery look up for the following three people. Burials could
have taken place in Maryland, Delaware, Penna., New Jersey or New York, I think.

Please note the additional info. for each person::::

Sara BUCHHOLTZ, born about 1843 in Austria? Came to the USA on May
9.1890 aboard the SS Russia, landing in NYC. Original destination was
supposed to be Baltimore according to the ship's passenger list.
Traveled with children Olga, Fanny and Anna. Husband may have been
Berisch Buchholtz, who traveled with them.

The children and Berisch have all been located. They are buried in
Montefiore Cemetery, outside of Phila. She is not there, as far as I can
tell. I have not been able to find any other records on her.

David BERNSTEIN, born about 1843 in Austria? Came to the USA on May 9,
1890 aboard the SS Russia, landing in NYC. He was 11 months old.
Original destination was again Baltimore. He traveled with his mother
Bluma Bernstein and brother Herish (Harry) age 9. Bluma is buried in
Montefiore under the married name Pickholtz while Herish is buried in
Roosevelt Cemetery, again outside of Phila.

The 1900 and 1920 Census show no David. I again have not been able to
find any other records.

Abraham MANDELKERN, born Nov. 3, 1896 in Phila., Pa. I have his birth
cert. and he is listed in the 1900 Census. His parents were Max
Mandelkern and Olga PICKHOLTZ.
He had two brothers, Clarence and Maurice. The parents and two sons are
buried in Montefiore. The cemetery has no records for a David.

As you can tell >from this info., all three people are related to the
Pickholtz family.

Thanks for your help.

Steve Pickholtz
njturtle55@...

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